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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - March 29, 2012, Fort Wayne, Indiana Pittsburgh fort Wayne and Chicago r. R. Rescue Dalti in effect Marcia 8ti, 1888. Trains leave Monroeville As follows East bot7nd. Atlantic express daily 0 00 a in Crestline express f 7 28 a m Day express f 2 36 p m local freight 9 05 a in fast line daily 8 25 p la West bound. A fast line f 11 45 a m ores line express g 48 p m Jochi freight 1 15 p in Pacific express 12 50, a a stops every monday morning. F daily except . Pullman Palace sleeping and Buffet cars attached to through trains run without change West Boi Tud to Chicago East bound to Pittsburgh Harrisburg Baltimore. Washington Philadelphia and new York. For time tables eares fare through tickets and baggage checks and further information regarding the running trains apply to h. F. Haves agent Monroeville ind James Mccrea e. A. Fop manager. G. P. Amp t. At Pittsburgh a. Town and country news. Market report. Corrected weekly by d. S. Redelsheimer. Monroeville thursday Marca 8, 88. Grain. Wheat 82c, Rye 46c con 56c Oats i53c Clover seed 3.50 a Sac 5.0u Timothy Hay 0.00. Produce. Potatoes 1.20 Navy Beans 3 00 Laid per lb., 8c butter. 20ceggs, 18c flour per sack 1.15 flour per bbl., 4.00 Salt per bbl., 1.00 beeswax 18 dried apples 8c feathers geese 45c. A have you seen those Spring goods at a Model store. Is go to Edwards for the Best and cheapest shoes Ever brought to Monroeville. A a meeting will be held at the Bike Kef office next saturday evening for the purpose organizing a joint Stock company for the manufacture a Patent Medicine known As a a Dieker sons Balm to so latest styles and Best Quality siioe.8, at Eil wards. �?tiu-1 Bue Kip will Al Vries be found to stand firmly for the hard working Farmer and lahcrin.? me i and will at i friends to children had crossed Quot what i know about Liat Standard re Medy a . Bal la Couglin syrup a i know that a 25 cent bottle a Curea me a bad cough in 12 Lions. It is a fact. Myriads cases rheumatism and neuralgia have already succumbed to that wonderful remedy salvation Oil. Price Only 25 cents a bottle. £2rso far As Good Quality All kinds meat is concerned Meek a is the modern Eldorado. A Rev. Taylor preached a Sermon last sunday evening Liat was appropriate to Che last sunday his it Levence year which closes next saturday. He left tuesday to attend the annual conference the Church which is in session at Wabash this week. Rev. Taylor is a minister who has made Many friends Here during the Page pc year and it is Hood that he will be returned. _ notice to w. P. Smith and it. E. Wright the above named parties Are hereby notified that their note dated March 27th, 1388, calling for ten 10 cents due one Day after Date is Long past due and As i am intending to make some investments i must have said note paid at once shall Institute Legal proceedings to collect the same without further notice. To. R. Parker. A simply purifying and cleansing the blood is not sufficient. It needs enriching also t he nervous system need toning up. All which is accomplished by . Fenners blood and liver lie Medy and nerve tonic. Use his cough Honey in All coughs his Golden Relief in All pains and stomach and Bowel disorders his kidney and backache Curein lame Back dropsy and All kidney disorders his German Eye halve in sore eyes cracked skin and piles his Capitol bitters for appetite and strength. A tuesday evening . And mrs. H. Stewart returned Home from a several Days visit at the bedside . So a aged Mother whose serious illness we made mention in our last weeks Issue. It was surmised by All As . And mrs. Stewart left the Home the afflicted Parent Chicago Street in fort wave that she was Ucli better but i at 11 clock just us they were about to retire for the night a dispatch was received announcing the sad tidings i Liat the one which is the Dearest All Over to convention. All times oppose such fraudulent that City from whence no traveler Eer returns. Or. And mrs. Stewart took the first train for the City to attend the funeral. Tie deceased mrs. Flutter has been a citizen for some thirty Odd years during which time she won for herself Many warm friends who with her children deeply mourn their loss a kind Parent Friend and neighbor. Schemes As is now being upheld a our cof temporaries at fort Wayne in regard to the free gravel road3. It look before you leap. Don t buy before visiting m. Str ass furniture rooms where Yon will tin a full assortment the Best and latest styles furniture. Prices lower than Ever been sold in Monroeville elsewhere. My motto is a Quick sales and Small profits. Cdg5�?�just received a full line boots and at Edwards a for skin diseases liver complaint etc., use Maxador this wonderful remedy lenses and purifies the blood and thereby remove such i soyers. The time for the elixirs and cordials for Trio baby Lia passed and . Bulls a by syrup is now the established reliable remedy Price 25 cts a mrs. A. B. Mundorff has purchased . A. A. Leiter her residence property Mulberry Street. Mrs. Leiter with her daughter will leave in a few slavs for Ann Arbor Michigan at which place they will make their future Home. A a they will leave Many friends Here Espee Ialy miss May who is quite a favorite among the Young people. To Vot in great variety and at a wonderfully Low prices at Edwards. A Harry Hanna attorney for the defendants in the Grady is. Hamm Eli gambling Case was hand this morning with his Force a Tigar Buck-,-.�?� . Vanbuskirk one Grady a Library entertainment. Once More permit us to Call your attention to the Date the Library entertainment in the g. A. R. Hall april a 1838. Supper to begin at 5 p. A tickets for supper 25 cents. This includes admission fee. There i to be no soliciting committee. All Are Given an Opportunity to contribute anything that can be used for the supper fancy table please deliver All articles at the g. A r. Hall by 3 p. M. Of the Goth. In this Day and age civilization it is not necessary to present arguments in favor a Public Library such an Effort would Only insult the intelligence the people. The festival is not intended As a picnic for the children though All Are Welcome but is gotten up for the Money we expect to get out it. While the school will reap the most Benefit they Are having but very Little to do with it. The burdens fall upon the mothers and nobly Are they responding. While the collection a Library fund is the object yet it is expected bail was also Here the doctor having that All will enjoy themselves socially Many relatives and friends in town was not Mnich disappointed who it was de ended that the Case would not be Lizard at it gave Liim in Opportunity to pay Thom ill visit a a ii for Riv ii is divine and some peo ple a i forgive anything but do body would forgive a Man that will not Talee ads stage thelow prices to lat Are Breili h Sii de for Nyji Uin Sof Gooda at a it. S. A Vedejs Heimert a Model store. A at the residence Henry Miner to ii Towru ship by the Rev. 0. W Bowen . Preston Carrier Dixon o., Aid miss Racheal Rie a fort wuyneijnd., Wecy joined in the holy a Bonds matrix any. As the a a eng adv ii i site handsome . Carrier in in Possession tha a a Neafcy in in Dixon. May a 3p/�g��cr<9&0 ���. Lile. Music both vocal and instrumental Fortune telling by a noted foreign clairvoyant ? living indians ? u. S. Post office ? ice Cream and the voting a Lian dome silk quilt to the most promising Young lady Monroeville Are some the attractions the evening. Everything thus fat guarantees Success. We cannot afford s. F. Baker nominated for trustee by the democrats and John a. Cor Baley by the Republic Cani. Pursuant to a Call published in the Breeze the democratic voters this township met at the town Hall last saturday and by ballot nominated s. F. Baker the present trustee to head the township ticket at the coming Flection. The Day being rather cold and Blus try there was not a foil democratic vote out but As it was evident from the articles in previous issues this paper there was u split in their ranks. This being a Well known fact Bakers friends come a in full Force armed and loaded to the brim with a determination to win and from the result they accomplished their missions. Or. Webber bakery a opponent is a first class citizen and entered the race with Bright Hopes and shining prospects meeting with Success and no doubt would i Aye done better had he not put to much Faith in those who made rash promises and then like the lords de Ciple betrayed him. Let this be As it May Webber As Well As his steadfast friends Are Well aware that they were not successful and that by a Large majority Baker was declared the nominee in this strife As in All others there must be some opposition to cause it a the boy says a there is no fun a and while it is True there was considerable mud Slung Back and Forth Durfli the past four weeks it is also True that but very Little it was done by either . Baker Webber and while it May be a fact that a slight school boy grudge existed Between them prior to the convention we believe them to be like All True democrats Aid will now Bury the Hatchet and like the Lamb and the lion Side by Side and work and vote together next monday. The ticket saturday seems to have met the approbation 173 democratic voters but As to whether this number with those who were not out m ill remain steadfast at the polls next monday is a Qiu Stion that to will be better Able to aus Wei in our next Issue. But there is one thing certain that should one them fail to support Baker the democratic nominees they will Vot Down tue at tempt Al steal by fort Wayne capitalists in their efforts to pan f Trio gravel Road upon the county. Yes gentlemen am tax payers vote no the gravel roads for should it so take a turn that Baker would be Defeated his successor John a. Corbally could manage the affairs the township and no Burden would be upon your shoulders bub let the gravel scheme a thrust upon us and it will greatly effect your pocket books. Again we say vote no if not i else. The entire Democrat ticket which will to up for the voters to consider and vote for if they feel so disposed next monday is As follows trustee s. F. Baker Justice the peace Jacob Cassadey constables s. S. Baker and d. Mercer supervisors District no. 1, Jerry Dursh District no. 2, Geo. Bar roue District no. 3, Jacob who Triplit District no. 4, c. Huil Man Delegate state convention Henry i Rick joint convention . S. E. Mentzer in i it lican convention. The result saturday s convention caused a stir among the republicans and they began to Bustle about searching the line up one Side and Down the other for the strongest pics Timber that would be Likely to balance Baker pretty easily hold the party vote and draw enough democrats Over their end the Plank to get Baker Down. As no one but . V. L. Shaffer had announced himself and although a popular As any Republican in the township it was thought not prudent to nominate him from the fact that he resided in the same part the township As Baker so when the convention was called to order a dark horse in the person . John a. Corbaley was placed in the yield and after the ballots were counted was found to be the nominee. This caused considerable dissatisfaction and Shaffer a friends wont Home disappoint in order to close out our Stock ladies7 wraps and mensa Over Coats. A we will l sell a for tie next thirty Days. We have a Jar e soc men and boys clothing which we will sell lower than they can be a Ong Tatano other House in the country in order to reduce our Stock before f6bmary 1st, no trouble to show goods. Come in and examine before purchasing. W this space belongs to the bargain cab ii Sto ill All grades Coffee 20c. S we desire to announce that we Are making fiust class photo a phys and tin types. At Verv reasonable prices. Cood Phot cd so it i Cloudy Cesys As Well As Clear. All work warranted and satisfaction guaranteed. Call and see us. In the Engle b tiling Over Shanks drug store before going elsewhere. Engle �1 co. Monroeville ind. W. A. 2 physician and surgeon. Tenders his professional services to the citizens Monroeville and Vicinity harness dealer in Monroeville ind., keeps constantly hand a full Lino harness his a wit . A i i door South from the South East Corner Mulberry and South streets. To be indifferent at the Only time it de and like the democrats caused a split May be when Success is almost assured. Reaper fully j. B. Munger. a Arnica 5�lrew the Best 9#4ve in tile world for outs by Iii it Ore. Ulcers Salt Rheum. Few Korea Emer chapped hands Clil Blons ski rom and ail Takin a eruption so and thai Tlsty cures piles no pay Zasinis a. Virit Gojii eed to give per i v a a Toncar a a Only refund Frio Kef Oti Par Box. A a Joyu haig�.? a j a but it is hoped by the party that this will be considered Well and by next monday every Republican like the democrats will be out working hand in hand for the Success their ticket which is As follows John a. Corbaley trustee . O. V. Brown and Joseph Jewis justices 8. W. Wass and a. Martin constables. Both tickets Are composed Good citizens and every voter should exam news paper Laws. A person who Takos the paper rest Wearly from the a Stoft e. Whether Din Teu to Lila name whether a i heft subscriber it it a not. Is Ruhp i Ible for tie Ljury. The cont have Kiwi Iier that Elusim to take news Traver nil Pri. D ale in m the Poston acc. Orresor Irir and a Amiin i them uncut i Ltd for w Pima fade Evi Bop if i to Nti it it Nat. Frau. _ the one that boars. Ine Thein Well and vote Vul a if by a Irthy own opinion will serve the peo �.i1� a atm he Sivial Suro dec Jef. Late san Francisco cai., having located in Monroeville he Hopes by strict attention to business to Merit a share the Public patronage and support. Will be found at his office in mrs. Meyers building the North Side the Railroad at All nets. Ii Rev to ribs brushes Chi it collars and in fact everything usuary kept in a harness shop. Repairing a specially. Give me a Call and examine for yourself. South Side South Street opt Joonie the Model store. H. D. Poole. Mone Vili Blacksmith shop Geo. Doctor prop. Having permanently located and Fittz i up a frat class shop in Monroeville t am Tjw prepared to do All work entrusted a to my care Short notice and in a Good substantial manner. Horse shoeing amp Wagon work Ebest. I Trio cat Raets Remote a rom i resp Ettoile a Olioli a out put int. Mis. Al specially. All work warranted and prices reason

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